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gtr2244

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  1. I had a spacebar macro for in game use. It would spam it 5x and was working fine for a while. I tried a new profile, updated the firmware and driver. Other macros work just when I press the macro key for the spacebar it only presses it once. I tried with and without the spacebar release action. Any ideas?
  2. It's not so new, put in the new radiator this summer. I found the problem, I didn't screw the cap on tight enough. This pump seems fragile so I slowly turn it, so not spill anything or turn it too much to maybe crack some part of it. EK pump combo. Thanks for the responses.
  3. How much is normal for a small pump combo? I just topped it off last month and now it's down again about 1/8th. It's connected to my 240mm and 360mm radiators, cpu and gpu blocks. Temperatures are good.
  4. Just cleared the cmos, it worked. Thanks for the replies.
  5. Tried plugging the monitor into the motherboard D link, nothing.
  6. Nothing, the flash finished then it was rebooting. It restarted my pc and the monitor logo came on then it just went to hibernation, the pc still running.
  7. Hi I have a Asus z390 E Gaming motherboard. I did a ME update with an Intel ME update tool, then rebooted. After I flashed my bios from a usb drive (1602 version), and now my pc turns on but just a black screen. No error messages or enter the bios prompt. Any suggestions?
  8. The pump is an EKWB small pump, it runs to the cpu, to the cpu radiator, to the gpu, then to the gpu radiator (360). The gpu is around 50c while gaming. Not sure how you mean to combine the loops. @LIGISTX.
  9. I just replaced a Corsair XR5 240mm x 30mm radiator with a Corsair XR7 240mm x 54mm for better temps. It is now 12c cooler during gameplay 60's, but I do notice 2 cores are always fluctuating 10c higher than the others. I know it's not a great concern, just want to know if I can manage the temps even more. Should I check the thermal paste? My pc: GTX 2080 Ti, stock. Corsair gpu water block. EKWB 360 slim radiator. Delided i7 8700k 5 ghz, 1.32hz core clock, EKWB water block. MB: Asus Rog Strix z390 E Gaming PSU: Corsair 750w HX
  10. I talked to Logitech support. I had to go into app data delete the files and program data. Reinstall and it works now.
  11. I've reinstalled it a few times, then it doesn't recognize I have a mouse. So I try to update and it doesn't complete, stays on 100% or an endless loading loop. So many videos on this, no real solution.
  12. I opened it up and it didn't recognize my mouse. Usually I just plug in my G903 mouse. I tried disabling the software with task manager, reinstalling, updating. Once it starts updating it usually gets stuck at 100% or stuck on the loading emblem. I'll try calling Logitech when they open if I can get through.
  13. What type of 240 radiators? I use EKWB, the sales rep recommends a thick radiator. The 360mm slim cools my 2080Ti to 45c during games. So I was thinking a thick 3mm 120mm for my delided 8700k.
  14. PC: i7 8700k oc to 4.5ghz right now probably 5 ghz later, cooled with a Noctua NH- D15S dual 140mm fans GTX 2080 Ti reference, stock settings cooled with a Corsair rgb waterblock Asus z390 E motherboard Corsair 750w psu Fractal Design S case I have a EKWB pump/res combo with a slim 360 radiator for my gpu. My question is would a EKWB PE 120mm radiator be enough for the cpu? Or should I get a 240 radiator? I did try running the cpu and gpu off the slim 360, the cpu temps were in the 70'sc under load. I'd like to see the temps lower. Thanks.
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